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After taming Australia, Team India stamps its authority on ICC Test rankings
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After taming Australia, Team India stamps its authority on ICC...

India opener KL Rahul, who hit two half-centuries in the deciding Dharamsala Test against Australia, on Thursday jumped 11 places to a career-high rank of 11th in the latest ICC chart for Test batsmen. The 24-year-old Karnataka batsman had started the series ... DNA, 1 hour ago

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Women's HWL: Coach Sjorne Marijne says India ready to make good start

Indian women's hockey team chief coach Sjoerd Marijne has asserted that his team are fully geared up to make a good start in the upcoming all-important Hockey World League Round 2. India will play their first match against Uruguay on April 1. On arriving from ...
 catchnews.com1 hour ago India ready to make good start at Women's HWL- chief coach Marijne  DNA2 hours ago

Injured Santosh to miss India BAJA 2017

Ace Indian rider C S Santosh, who hurt his spine at the Desert Storm rally, will miss the upcoming 'India BAJA' as his team Hero MotoSports Team Rally has decided to give him more recovery time. Santosh had suffered a nasty crash at the Desert Storm in ...
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No problem playing under Maxwell in IPL despite tiff: Saha

Kolkata: A day after India captain Virat Kohli said that he and his teammates are no longer friends with Australian cricketers, wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha said that he would have no problem playing under Glenn Maxwell for Kings XI Punjab in the ensuing IPL ...
 Sify19 minutes ago #INDvAUS: 'Aussie cricketers are no longer friends,' says Virat Kohli  DNA2 days ago Oz cricketers no longer friends: Kohli  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago Aussie cricketers are no longer friends, says Virat Kohli  Deccan Herald2 days ago
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Hodge apologises; Kohli too clarifies comments

Former Australia batsman Brad Hodge has apologised to Virat Kohli for comments suggesting the India captain missed the fourth Test in Dharamsala to rest his injured shoulder ahead of the Indian Premier League Twenty20 campaign, starting next week. Kohli was ...
 Sify4 hours ago Brad Hodge apologises to Virat Kohli for comments on injury  Rediff.com4 hours ago Brad Hodge apologises for Kohli comments  Deccan Herald5 hours ago #INDvAUS: Hodge takes 180 degree turn after questioning Kohli's ethics, proves how spineless Aussies can be  DNA6 hours ago
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India vs Australia: Darren Lehmann lauds Steve Smith as Bradman-like, says young team is growing under a future legend

Smith scored 499 runs, which included three centuries, in the just concluded four-match Border-Gavaskar Trophy series in India.
 Zee News5 hours ago Is Virat Kohli obligated to be friends with players of the opposing team?  Sportskeeda.com5 hours ago India vs Australia: Virat Kohli says he will smile more broadly once hosts started winning abroad  First Post.com1 day ago Cricket-India's Kohli says friendship with Australia players over  DNA1 day ago
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Ajinkya Rahane, not Virat Kohli, should continue to lead Indian team: Mitchell Johnson

As India won the decider under the captaincy of Ajinkya Rahane, Johnson tweeted that the Mumbai batsman should continue leading the side. By Zee Media Bureau | Last Updated: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - 21:31 New Delhi: When Steve Smith apologised for his ...
 Zee News18 hours ago Recuperating Virat Kohli captured honing new skills — PHOTO  Zee News23 hours ago Smith offers beer to Team India  MSN India1 day ago Smith offers beer to Rahane and Indian team  Deccan Herald1 day ago
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Kohli says friendship comment was 'blown out of proportion'

India captain Virat Kohli today claimed his comment on friendship with the Australian team was "blown out of proportion" and he continues to be on good terms with a few cricketers from Down Under.
 DNA6 hours ago Kohli says friendship comment was blown out of proportion  Asia Net India4 hours ago Kohli clarifies: Friendship comment was 'blown out of proportion'  Rediff.com6 hours ago
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SC demands Karnataka Police SIT probe in former CMs iron-ore mining case

[India], Mar 29 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Karnataka Police to probe allegations against two former chief ministers N. Dharam Singh and H. D. Kumaraswamy in connection with an iron ore mining case.
 Sify23 hours ago Iron mining case: Relief for SM Krishna, SC asks Karnataka SIT to probe role of Dharam Singh and Kumaraswamy  DNA21 hours ago
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We have won an away gold, says Constantine after Myanmar game

Indian football team coach Stephen Constantine today said the win over Myanmar in their 2019 AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers campaign opener was akin to winning an "away gold" and called it the team's biggest in recent years. India rode on skipper Sunil Chhetri's ...
 Business Standard22 hours ago India break jinx, beat Myanmar  Deccan Herald1 day ago India eye positive start to campaign  Deccan Herald2 days ago Indian team's biggest strength is its unity, says Jeje Lalpekhlua  DNA2 days ago
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